8 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1908. 1
NEW IfOl THINKS
k- "r Utah Copper Company Stands
Chance of Being Wedded
' . to Ely Mines.
MEETING TODAY IN
J NEW YORK. CITY
Eastern Shareholders Show
They Dislike Plan by
Hf "Decline in price of Utah coppor rc-
H uoutly is due to reports that u combina-
H lion of lending copper companies in
H Utah and Nevada has been postponed.
H An interest identified with the com-
B p.iny' says negotiations arc progrcss-
R in'r, and (hut tho merger 'will go
through without fail. In this working
w for a combination, tlicy have already
secured more than a ina.jorit3f of Utah
Copper stock. The syndicate also owns
a majority of stock of other companies
Hj mentioned in connection with tho mer-
The above report over the Pollock
wires, from New Yforkj 3'esterda3' nf
Tcrnoon. was the finishing touch to a
- '. ilh-3' of disappointment for stockholders
in tho Utah Copper company. It has
U' been rumored both in the East and
H at home for over a month that the
Copper Mines company wanted to take
II iir the Utah Copper with the Nevada
. . Consolidated , and the Cumberland Ely
I: companies. These report, however,
K have been denied by President Charles
McNeill, of the Utah Copper company,
J who stated late last .fa unary us fol-
I' "So far as tho Utah Copper company
J , is concerned, such a consolidation, or
' any consolidation, is not, under consid-
( eration. The public statements to the
It contrary which daily appear havo not
V emanated from this company's manage-
I'1 ment. From our standpoint, there arc
Cj no business reasons for that or any
V. other consolidation. Ours is a complete
: business enterprise in itself. The re-
I '. cent additions to the board of direc-
j! i tors have no significance in connection
! with any consolidation, but were made
i to provide recognition for large holders
! i in the Utah Copper company and for
I' , do other reason."
j L General Manager and Vice-President
I! 5 .IX C. .Tackling, of the Utah Copper
f ! company, stated yesterday that as far
I j as he knew this denial was still o.-
I .( prcssive of the real situation, and that
I! 1 no consolidation was- contemplated.
Yy Of course, the terms of tliis reported
, ji consolidation are not known in local
'jj f.jrcles. for it is evident that Eastern
, circles bacldng the proposition are now
i . '.merely rounding out the deal. The mat-
J " ter may come up todav in tho meeting
of the Copper Mines company, which
I k "will be held in New York City. But
I i local stockholders arc of the opinion
I j! hat as much as they dislike losing the
J Utah Copper company- as they have al-
" jj ways known it, the terms of the pro
' posed chango will be so favorable that
" . there will be little hesitation on the
part of those interested from accept-
i mg it.
II But( no more eloquent illustration
I ?. could be giveu of how the New York
f stockholders regard the proposed
' chanqe,v whatver it may be, than is
had in the action of the stocks yes-
' ' terday in the East. The stock of "the
1 company went down several dollars a
I 4 share, and man thousand shares were
let go by those who were afraid. There
, s absolutely no reason why the Utah
j Copper stock, judged from its own
H ri merits under present or past conditions,
i 1 should fluctuate so. The company has
Ii been reduced to an absolute commer
cial basis, having nothing of the ex-
4 pcrinicntal ei theoretical whatever in
its affairs fro'm mine through mill to
n Hnolter. Local stockholders would
J have preferred that the interests bo-
4 hind the Nevada Consolidated and Cum-
t norland Ely companies wait until these
1- two propositions had reached a simi-
u ar state of perfection before bringing
i forth any scheme of consolidation, in
" which the Utah Copper stands a show
to get the wrong end of the stick.
,.rt. n"dly seems fair, now that the
1 1 utan Copper company has gained its
U present state of perfection, with divi-
i dends so close in sight, for this great
1 organization to be subjected to such
t uncertainty. Investors appeared to bo
j satisfled with the company as it was.
ti Boston Copper Gossip.
James A. Pollock &. Co, bankers and
M brokers, G West Second South street, furn-
i ish the following-, received over their pri
vate wire yesterday afternoon:
Boston Wires Boston nn Corbln and
Tjtah copper listed on Boston exchange
.. Boston Wires Franklin output for
March aG2.000 pounds. The small output
. In March was due to a nrc in No. 1 shaft
N -i,on 'd Franklin mine.
'1 Bosto" 'ires Copper Kangc lias sold
J ?ts entire March output of copper Rc-
(!) 7ccnt sales "made at better than 131e a
I Boston Wires All grades of copper re-
. ducod no today, making lako 1313l. ulec-
4j Boston Wircs-Output for March: .
J Wolverine ' To?h
i Tamarack '' ' '"r.'.,
1 Isle Royulo x...; (h
Calumet & Ilccla '..'."...'". t'.
i New York Letter. . A
. , Jmes -.rollock & Co.. bankers and
i te'r0! "?1 ScC0"r, Soi,ih trct. fun,.
E ish the followluB, received over their pr -
'Z vot'' V'lie yesterday ;.rtenioon: P v
j Walker Bros Stock Letter. ,'. y J-Thoi
. market today was .very profess ouAl ami
? ,V,'n UI,n" dPwn without any punicuffi
trftn? the adjournment of the l"1e
meeting, tradcra offered stocks, do vn and
B here was n reaction In the afternoon
I ' RSSSS00 umI lhri c,osc w" 3 ui.
1 H ii-VM 161 ts Mam. Tel. Ben 792.
I : .. ,
,4 JOHN A. KIR BY. r. K. COBB.
! R- K. COBB & CO.,
,; ;j MINES, STOCKS AND BONDS,
I ' Telephones Ind 931; Bell, 4800,
, i j 17 West 2nd South St.
K J 0 W. 3rd So., Salt Lake City.
Tribune Agents in Nevada.
Copies of The Tribune will bo Jlound
on salo In Nevada at the folIowJnETJ
Callonte John Shlor.
Cherry Creek Grey & Collins.
.Ely Hnrvllle Statlonorj' Co ; Grace
Faxon; AValdcn & Burnett.
Elko A. H. Cochrane.
Goldfield Loulo Polln,
Las Vegjuj Wilson Drue; Co.
Ploche A. A. Carman; riocho Drus
Tonopah T. A. Oldfuther.
Yorlnglon G. E. Icavltt Sz Son; E. A.
Rawhide Mrs, I. Davis; Louie1 Polin;
P. J. Ralcevlch.
Rhyolitc Tho "Crescent.-"
Rauvard R. LIvennore.
Cobre Richard Rchard3.
Columbia B. I. Barlow.
Fallon mack's N. P. Apency,
Lovelock Charles II. Baker.
Smelter Clark's Drup Store.
Mazuma McLean & Dally.
Reno Rosenthal ft Armanka; Shepard
Wonder Adams Bros.
TRADING IN MINING,
r, STOCKS IS QUIET
I Dnsiness remains very quit on the lo
ical exchange, and prices still refuse to
".come dowri to any perceptible extent.
YTUursday snles amounted to -IS.-lo Kharos
of stock, rcprcsentlnrr a market value of
27,932.2?;. Tho followlrur wore the listed
ami unlisted stock transactions.
1 Bid. IAskcd.1 Sold For.
Ohio Ken . . 5 1.75 1.110 $
StIC Coal r..oo -1.00
OHIO Cop .. 2.20 '.25
Hland Cop . . .20 ,22t
Cedar OS .OSJ
E G Point .. .01i
B C Stand., .43 Ji
Mas VaT ... 1.221 1.27J
Ely Ilesur .. .Oil .10
Miner FlnJ .. .Of!
Gold Chain.. .15
Ely Wllcb ..' 30
McD Ely ...1 25 ,
Mont Mt. ... 15 -
1 A. M. P. M.
1 Bid. I Asked. II Bid. Asked.
Albion .. .. ? ? .SO ? .30
AJax 2S .35 .S .35
Alice .. .. 1.50 .1.50 1.50 3.00
Bos Con 12.50 J2.75
Blk Jack .. .53 .54 .54 .55
Bull Bk 2.25 2.10
BIc Tun ... .92 .94 .92 .94
But Lib 07 .11
Bullock 07J .08 .075 -072
Blnp Am .. .2GJ .30 .2U .30
Cyclone v ... .05
Col Con ... 1.60 1.75 1.60 1.72
Cnrisa 25 .30 .25'2 .29
Cn Point .. .251 .20 .20 .261
Con Mer 32 .43
Century .. 225 .30
ColoMIn-.. 3.72J 3.75 3.75 3. SO
Dalv 1.50 1.50 1.75
Daly J .... 4.10 4.70 4.25 4.95 .
Daly W ... 7.50 9.00 8.50
E and B B. .75. 75
Eaglo's N: 17J -21
Galena ... .01 01
Gd Cent .. 3.20 3.25 3.50
Gold Daisy 1.23 1.00
Ibex .15 .15 .21
Ind Queen .. .07 .OS .003 .071
Iron Bios .. .171 .4S .48 .49
Ingot .. ... ..02' .031 .015 -03i
J Bowers' .01
L Dillon 02J
Lit Bell 2.00 .r. 2,00 2.50
Ld Klnp 0G .10
Lt Chief .. .081 .12 .OS I .12
L Mam ... .461 .471 .46 .47
Mt Lako .. .461 .47 .4G1 .47
Mam .. :. 2.05 2.10 2.05 2.10
.May Day .. .45 . 151 -45 .45J
Nev Fair ; .. .05-, .02 .03?.
Nev Hills.. 2.774 -S5 2.75" 2.85"
X II Flor .08
New York .. .151 .16 .151 .16"
Ontario ... 2.50 3.50 250 3.25"
Rich Ana.. .12 .18 20
Scot Chief. .011 .05 .04 .042
Sev Tr 29 .291 .281 .29
Sioux Con .. .221 .23 .211 .22
S Doer ..... .05 .10 J 09
Swan CO n .65 .SO
So Swan .IS .20
Sacra 04 .04 J .02A .054
Sll Shield .. .051 .04 .OS
S C Con .. .61 I .02 .61 .63
Tetro ..' ... .071 073 -0-S
U S Con .. .SI .82 .82 .S3
Unit States 35.50 36.00
Utah Mine. 1.521 1.60 1.521 1.60
Utah Mich. .10 .30 .10 .30
Victoria ...I 1.47a 1.30
Vic Con . J .10 .111 ' .10 .11
Wabash ,.. .75 .78 .75 ,80
Yan Con ..( .491 -.50 .49 .50'
FORENOON SALES! '
Beck Tunnel. 300 at 93c,
Black Jack. 1300 at -54c; 1000 at GUc,
seller sixty days.
Bullock, 2000 at 73c.
Carlsa. 500 at 26c.
Colorado Mining, 300 at $3.72 ; 100 at
$3,721, seller sixty clays.
Crown Point, 500 at 26c.
Lower Mammoth, 100 at 46c; 200 at
46lc; 200 at 47c.
May Day, 1000 ut 45c; 500 at 45c, seller
Mountain Lake, 200 at '47c; 500 at 17c,
buyer sixty days.
Now York. 00 at 15-c.
Scottish Chief, 1000 .at 4qc.
Seven Troughs, 500 at 29ie.
Sioux Consolidated. 500 at 23c, buver
sixty days; 1200 at 225c; 500 at 23c, buyer
Tetro, 1000 at 7c.
I'ncle Sam, 1400 at Sic.
Victor, 500 at 101c
Wabash, 100 at 77c.
Shares sold, 1G.300.
Selling value. $GS22.50.
Black Jack, 500 at 53c: 600 at 54c; 1000
at 55c, buyer sixty days. ,
Columbus Consolidated. 200 at $1.70;
100 at S1.70, seller sixty days. ,
Colorado Mining; 100 at $3,721; 400 at
Crown Point. 500. at 26c.
May Day, 500 at 451c.
Uncle Sam. 100 at 81c; 100 at SOc.
Nevada Hills. 25 at ?2.S5.
Seven Troughs, COO at 29ic.
South Columbus Consolidated, 200 at
Shares sold, 5375. '
Selling value. $1052.23.
Bullock, 2000 at 7ic.
Carlsa, 200 at 26c.
Colorado, 1000 at $3.75: 200 at $3.75.
seller sixty days: 300 at. $3,771; 100 at
$3,771, seller sixty days.
Indian Queen, 100 at 7'1c.
Mountain Lake, 300 at 461c.
Seven Troughs. 1300 at 29r.
Sioux Con.. 700 at 22c; 2800 at 22c;
500 at 22c.'scllor sixty days; 2000 at 221c
buyer thirty days; 1000 at 221c. buyer
sixty days, 2500 at 21 lc seller sixty days.
Uncle Sam, 3000 at 82c.
Yankee Consolidated, 200 at 40ic.
Shares sold, 19.100.
Selling value. 511,497.50.
Beck Tunnel, 500 at 94c:.
Black Jack. 300 at 54c. .
Colorado, 100 at $3,771; 500 at ?3,75.'
bcller sixty days; 100 ut $3.S0, buyer
Iron Blossom. 1000 at 30c, buver slxtv
days; 100 at 491c. .
:'Mny Day. 100 at 15fc.
New York.' 200 at 16c. ' 7
h'outh Columbus Con., 300 at 62c.
Victor Con.. 500 at 101c.
. Shares cold, 4700.
Selling value. $1560.
Map of Clifton Oamp.
The Tribune is indebted to Wilson
Brothers. 208 Brooks Arcade, for a map '
of the Clifton, U;ah. mining district. This
Is the first complete map ever prepared
for thl section of the State, showing all
the cialma and the properties with 11k
namen of fourteen different mining organi
zations. Owing to -the renewed interest
In the Deep Creek section, now that the
railroad facilities are assured, the map
Union Assay Office.
Svl &an?ur- , J- V. Sadler.
152 S, S eet Temple. P. O. Box 1440
SEVEN TROUGHS ORE
CARRIES MUCH GOLD
Specimens of Rock From the
Eclipse Property Reach
Local officials of the Seven Troughs
Eclipse Mining company have just re
ceived some specimens of ore charac
teristic of the rock now bcinjx opened
.in this Sail. Lako proposition at depth.
Tho rock is very rich in tfoltl. being
both the sulphide and oxidized' ores.
JThe sulphide- oro conies from a four
root body, and wheu compared with oro
of like character from the Mazuma Hills
property, from which such splendid
shipment. have been made, it is iden
tical in every particular.
The oxydized' ore also is rich, show
ing free gold, as docs the sulphides.
Word has reached tho oflicinlK thai, the
Lynch lease on the Eclipse ground has
encountered a body of sulphide ore that
is idontica.1 with that of the rich Ifea
gan lenso on tho Mazunui Hills lerriior'.
The latter lease has sent in some ex
tremely rieJi rock to local markets, mid
the Eclipse .stockholders naturally feel
very much olatod over these develop
ments. Secretary Kelly has the oro
mentioned, and yesterdav it was ad
mired by munorous stockholders of the
Nevadas In San Francisco.
.Tames A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers, 6 West Second South, furnish tho
following San Francisco stock quotations,
received over their private wire, vestcr
Sandstorm .37 .38
Columbia Mountain ,22 .23
.lumbo Extension .33 .35
Kendall 21 .22
Booth 21 .23
Blue Bull II .15
Adams 05 .06
Silver Pick .",
May Queen 10
Nevada Boy 03 .01
Black Butte Extension ,02
Blue Bell OS .10
Dixie 02 .03
Goldtleld Columbia 10
St. Ives 27
Black Rock . .01 .02
Lone Star i -.OS .09
G Wonder 02
Kendall Extension ui
Sandstorm Extension 03
Mayne 02 .03
Atlanta 20 .21 '
I Great Bend II .42
Empire .03 ,nt
Red Top Extension 14 .15
Florence 4.17J 4.50
D'fleld B P. Cons 17 .IS
Goldtleld Daisy 1.371 1.40
Combination Fraction 70 ,7L
Great Bend Extension OS .09
Great Bend Annex .09
B B Bonanza 02 .03
Kewanos 35 .36
Frances Mohawk 15
Red Mills 2S' .29
Mohawk Extension 03
Lou Dillon 04 .05
Yellow Tiger 13 .14
S P Extension 03
Yollow Rose .' .03
Goldtleld Consolidated 5.22
D'tield Triangle .07 .OK
Coming Nation 02 .03
Ophlr 2.37s 2. 10
Mexican .' S6 .S7
Gould &. Curfy i 09
Consolidated Virginia .39 .41
Savage 30 .31
Hale & Norcross 29 .30
Yellow Jacket SO
Belcher Y...;. .11 .12
Confidence 40 .12
Sierra Nevada 33 .34
Union 35 .37
! Bid. Askcd.
Tonopali Nevada I 7.7." 7.375
Montana Tonopah 1.771 1.S2J
Tonopali Extension I .7S .79
MacNamara .... ! .35 .36
Midway j ' .55
Tonopah Belmont 1.10 1.125
Tonopah North Star 12 .13
Ohio Tonopali .,, .01
West End Consolidated ... ,2S
Rescue- 10 .11
Tonopah & California 02
Golden Anchor .03 .04
Jim Butler 29 .31
Cash Bov 01 .03
Monianu Midway Ext 02
Golden Crown .04
BULLFROG. ' '
I Bid. Askcd.
Original 01 .02
Bullfrog Mining 05 .06
Montana Bullfrog 01 ,02
National Bank 09
L Harris 01
Gold Bar 16 .17
Bonnie Clare 15 .16
Mayllower Consolidated .. .10 .11
.Montgomery Shoshone Ext. .02 .03
Golden Sceptru 03 .01
Montiromory Mountain .15
U Diamond field 01
Homcstako Consolidated 31
Yellow Girl 02
Nugget '. :,, .02 .03
Tramp Consolidated ".20 .22
Mineral Hill 10
Manhattan Consolidated .. .15.1 .16
G Wedge .03
Seyler Humphrey .01
Dexter , 05
Little Joe , .01 .02
Crescent . 01.
Little Gray . 05
Cow Boy .01
Ong Manhattan 01
Broncho 01 .03
Yellow Ilorso i .03
Nevada Hills 2.70 I 2. SO
Pittsburg Sliver Peak 1.00 !
North Star Wonder .,01 -j
Eagles Nest .15 .......
Ruby Wonder .'. .02 .03
Allre of Wonder .'01
Hailstone 05 ,0C
Rawhide Queen l.f)5 2.00
Rawhide Regent 22 .,
Rawhide Red Top 12 .13
The. Taylor and Brunton company re
leased 7 cars of ore from Utah camps on
The metal quotations for Thursday,
posted by McCornlck & Co., were as fol
lowa: Silver, 351; lend, $1; copper cath
Ore and Bullion.
The ore and bullion receipts for Thurs
day, given by McCornlck & Co.. were a3
follows: Ore, ?10,000; bullion, 560,000.
SEVEN TROUGHS A
VERY BUSY CAMP
Idaho Mining Man Admires Dis
trict Because It Is Try
ing to Win.
ALL ACTIVITY AND
NO B.00M TACTICS
Great .Results Being Gained in
Large Radius of the
"I havo heard a great deal about' the
Seven Troughs district of Nevada,' but
after visit there T realize that
not enouRh lias been said in its favor.
1 yet have to hear the first oxacceratcd
report on the camp and its mines,
lhero are several reasons why I like
tho district. First, the mines have the
ore, and the deeper l.hey o, tho better
the ores become. And in the socond
place, there i3 nothing for sale. You
TO llltO the Oldinarv mini no- onmn nuA
usually you are met with proposi
fions that aro on the market. Isofc
so with Woven Troughs, for tho simple
reason that the claims are all owned by
companies that aro now diligently at
work developing the ores."
Thus spoke W. AT. O'Doll, manager
of the For Hall Mining and Milling
company of Pocatello, Ida., Thursday
artcruoon. Jio had ,-pist returned from
a several days' visit of inspection to
the district in question, and in his opin
ion uothing too good can be said of
this camii that is showing up so splen
didly. He coulinucd:
"Within a radius of about two milcH
T saw more activity going on, both
night and day, t.han I havo any
where else in the West where there is
no boom oiT foot. Seven Troughs is
not trying to boom; it is just hard at
work, and it is accomplishing line re
sults. I met two shipments coining
out. One load of ore was from tho
Mn.uma Hills property, and the ore
runs anywhere from 24 to 3(i ounces
gold per ton. The Reagan lease on
the Mazuma Hills also is shipping, and
a grab sample 1 took ran $1400 gold
per ton, not taking into consideration
the silver contents of the ore.
"t believe that the Seven Troughs
1 herein has the making of a great
mine, it adjoins the Mazuma Hills, and
has the veins that cross that property.
Six leases aro at work ou tho Therein,
and all are in fine ore, the rock getting
better as they get down on it. 'The
Mazuma Hills is a wonderful property;
so is the Kindergarten. The latter has
its richest ore at a depth of 250 fevt.
ext to tho Mazuma Hills is tho
hehpse property, on which a. good
strike was made just recently. I did
not get to visit the Fairvicw property
of the Seven Troughs Mining company,
but all f heard about it was so uniform
tnat l can rendily call it a great, prop
erty. 1 should judge that there are
forty minors employed in the leases of
the district, and t fiirt3 men employed
by the companies. "Work is going for
ward night and daj-, all are in ore, and
the mines aro well equipped with ma
chinery for deep work.
"Seven Troughs is a fine section of
mineralized tcrrito-, and I do not
hesitate to predict a splendid future for
the mines there. ' '
Boston Copper Stocks.
James A. Pollock &. Co., bankers and
brokers, C West Second South street,
furnish the following Boston mining
stock quotations, received over their prl
vatc wire yesterday.
BOSTON COPPER , RANGE.
I Sales.l H. L. Clso
Bingham Con I 13 v
Boston Con 1,520 123 121 11
Butte Coalition I 21 20S 21
Butto and London... 1 250 55c 50c 50c
Calumet and Arlzonal 05U01 U00 100
Con. Mcrcur 250( 35cl 35o 35c
Copper Range -115 C51 643 G5.V
Cumberland Ely .... 500 SB I S3 SB
Daly West 1:5 j 0 n
Davis Daly 500 3J 3J 33
East Butte .jj i .j
Glroux Con 50 3J 3J .3s
Gran by Con 95 'JO 95
Greene Cananca .... S35 y SJ
Nevada Con G00 Ui lis 1U
Nevada Utah 180 4 3 31
Nlplsslng 320 (58 68 fit)
North Butto 550 54 531 51
Trinity 70 14 14 14
I -lilted Copper, com cj (; G 1
U S Smelter, com... 185 35$ 33 352
do Pfd 130 3l2 393 39il
Kali Con loo) 335 3$j 3Sg
BOSTON COPPER .CLOSE.
1 Bid. Asked.
Ahmeck , 5G GO
Cumberland Ely si SS
Dominion Coppor 2 21
Glroux 3g 35
Helvetia , 3 5I
Majestic , ji u
bhawmut . . . : 33 37
Apex 3 3n
Vlke 85 3
Adventure '. ... 15
Arcadian f 3j 4
Atlantic : ji 10
Butte Coalition 20 21
Calumet and Hecla 020 ' 630
C. M 3C -10
Daly West S 0j
Massachusetts 2J 2o
Michigan .. 11 m
M. C. and C S 1
North Butte , -51 5(1
Osceola SO S5
Qulney .. S3
Santa Ie l? 2
Tamarack GO 01
United Copper (J GJ
Utah Consolidated 3Si 30
Wolverine 125 .......
Utah Copper 30 30?
Amalgamated 5S 50
Boston Consolidated I2ij
.U S Smelter, com 35J 30
do pfd 3P. 395
Black Mountain 3 15-1G l
Davis Daly ;X ::j
East Butte -1, M
Hancock G Gi
Kow 13 r,
Nevada Utah 3 15-1 Gl I
Raven 1) V
Superior and Pittsburg.... r2i 12
Greene G and S....T , lUc 51c
Yukon 5 54 "
AJIoucz 21 J 25
Arizona Commercial IS lSi
Bingham IJ 13
Calumet and Arizona 100 101
Centennial 211 22
Copper Range 64 a 65
Greene Cananea S3 9
Mexico Consolidated Gi Gl
Mohawk 49 50"
Nevada Consolidated 112 11
Old Dominion ..u 36 37
Parrot IS 18
R. 1 3 31
Shannon 118 112
Trinity 11 14
Oil : 9i 91
Winona , . . 5 fi
Wyandot G0c 75c
La Sallo 14
Zinc 23 24
Royalo s.-.. ... IS .19
Union Land J U
GOLD CIRCLE MINER
Newspaper Buys All Necessary
Equipment to Get Out
"On the theory that nothing is too
good for our now. camp of Gold Circle,
Nevada, I have come to Salt Lako City
for the purpose of securing a complete
newspnper outfit for tho paper known
as the Gold Circle Miner,"' said Colo
nel Murk Musgravc Thursday after
noon. Coloucl Musgravo is one of the
best known mining men in the Sage
brush state, being interested in several
camps throughout that stato. but es
pecially in tho Gold Circle district, of
which ho is one of the pioneers. It was
he who brought the first news of Gold
Circle to Salt Lako papers, 301110 six
moiitlm ago, and his predictions at that
time have been more than fulfilled.
In addition to mining in Gold Circle,
tho colonel owns the Gold Circle Miner,
ouo of the newsiest and cleanest papers
iu Nevada. Heretofore the paper has
been printed at Winnemucca, but feel
ing the need of press, ink and paper
right at the camp. Colonel Musgrave
enmo 111, and on Thursday morning pur
chased a $3000 newspnper outfit from
tho Western Newspaper Union. The
outfit includes everything from glue
pot to job press, lacking the ' 5 devil,"
and the Colonel expects to get plenty
of that in time.
Gold Circle, he states, is booming as
never before. Buildings are being put
up as fast as materials can bo secured,
and the work that is being done on all
sides of the camp is producing some
very satisfactory gold and silver re
sults, lie feels that the camp will make
good, and ho will make the Gold Cir
clo Miner one of the sincere mission
aries of this new gold-silver district of
Nevada. Colonel Musgravo left on tho
afternoon train for thecamp.
New York Mining Stocks.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
1 brokers b West Second South, furnish
I the following New York mining stock
quotations received over their private
I Sales. II. I L. Clso
Utah Copper i0,750 31 29 30B
Balaklnla 115 , 2 '
Tennessee Copper .. 7,300 4211 Ilj 42
NEW YORK CURB RANGE.
. 1 Sales.! H I U Clsc
Cumberland Ely .... 2,000 HI Si 8
Ely Con... 100 1
Dominion Copper . . . 550 i ' n
Greene G and S.... 150 " ' 4
Nevada Smelter 11 13 if
?tche i66 1 l
Wroux Con 3,500 4 38 4
King Edward S q
Tlntlc Mining " A -.i ,?
First Natl. Copper.. 100 3J 31 3i 1
Boston Con i,050 12 12 1"!
"k0 17,000 of 4Z 5ft
NEW YORK CURB CLOSE. I
I Bid. .Asked
Butte and London Tn cTT I
Cumberland Ely s3 bc,
Glroux Consolidated ! 35 A
Nevada ConHolIdated - 113 111
Nevada Utah ts
Nlplsslng L 'Xi
Newhouse ( fi
Tennessee Copper jo ,.,?
Utah Coppor -mc
First National Copper.. 3 .?
Davis Daly .', oj, Is
Dominion Copper ,." '." oj
Ely Central . "fi
Ely Consolidated " I i
Furnace Creek ' iSJ on
Yukoi x5 -2.
Boston Consolidated i'-jx -ion
Greene G and S. com 7-Tfi i
Mitchell .......I" S S
Montgomery Shoshone oc no
Nevada Smelting 73 T'J
Silver Queen ........... Z?
Silver Leaf ' o' j.
King Edward " r. Ju
Foster Cobalt ' 'i 16 s
Cobalt Central 'ot -?
Tintic Mining ....... . u
Gibraltar , 3 4 j'j'
Sau Francisco Milling Stocks
SAN FRANCISCO. April 2. The offi
cial closing quotations for mining stoc
today were ns follows: fioci.s
Alpha Con. . .5 .01 Mexican .... c0
ndes 05 Occidental Con ir
Best & Belcher .STOverman
Caledonia HPotosI " n-
Chollar 00 Savage .'. 2?
Confidence 10 Scorpion t-
C C and Va... . 10 Sag Be c ,Vr''"" '?.!
Con Imperial . . .01 SlSrra No - r " 1 '25
Crown Point .? .22 Silver im "Ji
Gould & Currle .10 Union Co" ?
Hale & Norc. .31 Yellow Jacket' "si
-NEW YORK, MINING STOCKS
Adams Con...? .05 Little Chief nsi
1.J0 Ontario st1
-Greece- 10 Ophlr . r;'?,-
Bruuswlek C. .10 PotosI . Jtf
Comstock Tun .20 Pavaer. "'A
C C and Va.. .40 Sierra Nev fo
Iron silver ... .1 . 00 vSniall I fopc.-". '.17
Lcadvlllc Con. ..in Standard ... 125
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure 1.50 Parrot ., ' is o0
Allouez .... 24.50 Qulncy .. .! 22 00
Amalg .. ,, 5$. S7 3 Shannon ... j i" g-i
Atlantic ... y.oo Tamarack .. GO." 00
Bingham .. 1 1 .50 Trinity .... 14 00
Cal ajid Hec 620.00 Unit Cop... c00
Centennial .- 21.50 U S Mug... 3550
Cop Range.. U5.75 U S Oil..., n'l2A
Daly West.. $.50 Utahfl 38 50
Franklin ... 7.50 Victoria . ., "'S7,
Granby .... 90.00 Winona . .. s'oo
Isle. Rojalc. IS. 00 Wolverine .. 5 00
Mass Mng.. 21.25 "North Butto 5 L00
Michigan . . 11,00 Mutto Coal.. 20.H2
Mohawk ... 40.00 Nevada . .. 11.37
M C and C. .75 Cal and A. 100. 00""
Old Dom .. 3G.50 Aria Com .. IS. 00
Osceola .. .. SO. 00 Greene Can. S.75
Z. C. M. I. employoos, Saltair,
CORRESPONDENCE, BUSINESS OR
The ouallty you want, and that's alwavs
dependable, brings good results. A bus
iness Is oftcm Judged by Its stationery.
See us for engraved and embossed sta
51 W. 2nd South St.
1 . '
This is the Way3M
Keep Well without Cascareti
Lire outdoors, and let your wor.k be , just as tiAttiral just as gotitleiL
exercise. Else walk ten miles a day. the action of laxative foods. " "3
Eat little meat, no white bread, no rich So choose your own way. '1
pastries. Eat many green vege- Give Nature the aid of proper food aajftr
tables, plenty of fruit, and bread exercise, else the help of Cascaritl Qfl.
made of whole wheat. Oneway serves as well as the other, aw
Do that, and you'll have little need of some way is essential. For one cj ft
a laxative while you keep young. not keep. well unless the bowels moi
But.when you grow old, and the bowels freely oncejsveryday.
become less active, you will need CaicareM are candy tablets. Thy are ui tfiP "
thW heln anvwav by a11 "JCzlsts. but uover In bulk. Be snraf
tnis neip anyway. ffel lho Bennn(!f with CCC on every tabllnff) 1
The box Is marked like- thlu jllll"
Cascarets are for those who live indoors, S ji J .
SKr" who cat "nd CCUJi;,,
This vegetable laxative does for them hto-- L
exactly what proper living would do. i23fi rfli?'''
It causes no irritation as pill cathartics, The U
salts and caatorou do. Its action is 12,000.000 boxei old ftnnnlrr. T
They rent for $3.00 a j-ear and upward according to Sfeiiss.
So, for lose than one cent a day individuals can protect I ',-tM
their valuable papers against all risks of loss, theft or firo. l:,i,tct
The cost to firms, corporations, societies, etc., is com- f) usrfa
paratively inexpensive. f&b'
Utah Savings & Trust Company M)
No. 235 Main street, In the Business Heart. ffllif
I PAWNBROKER'S SALj
1 Unredeemed Watches, Diamonds andgi
1 Jewelry' for Less Than Hail Their Cosfe
1 d at .
SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE, 175 S. Mainfe
! H.&5 (fcfy mplc Gold f I
j jf , S tl 275 SOUTH MAIN, tffe
8 Jfy I o To iieTrTn wB! sct i Tcet jb.octS
O ..J, I 1 JLJ p,nk Pearl (finest made) SlO.OO'fcit r
O , , Best Red Rubber .OOj' sas
X Teeth without plates a specialty. Bridge work (best) to Ml'u
j Painless Extraction or No Pay I Sllver millSB nV
h Open dally till 6 p. m. Sundays. 0 to 12. 15 years fluarantee. Lady attendant Vj
WOULD ENCOURAGE THE
LEASERS OF GOLDFIELD
The Goldfield Newa Is out with a strong:
appeal to the mine owners of Goldfield
In which It asks that leasers be given bet
ter terms in that great gold camp. The
News deplores the fact that Goldfield has
gone fro1 the busy camp of 15,000 peo
ple to one of S000, and to the verge of
being a company camp without the at
tractive adjunct which has made the dis
trict what li is today. Tho smelting.
restrictions and unfnlr railroad rales nro
mentioned by the News as reasons why
leasers should be given better profits by
the mine owners, and In this connection
The fact Is ycry evident to any one
who has tried leasing or who has made
a study of the system, that the Goldfield
mine owner requires more rigorous terms
of lessees than In any other mining camp
In tho country. Very rarely a lease Is
let covering a period of over a vear.- and
during that year so much dead" work Is
required ns to cripple the operations of
the leaser. - Then the royalties are heavy,
running from 20 to 30 per cent, and after
paying for machinery and the large crews
necessitated by the limited time, tho rail
roads and smelters and the bullion tax
collector get the rest. It Is estimated that
the leaser gel.s not more than 15 per
cent on the average, of the value he pro
duces. II Is a fact so well known that Its rep
etition Is almost trite, that the leasers
have made the camp of Goldfield. as thev
did Cripple Creek. Theru Is sea reel v a
property In Goldtleld that has been "de
veloped by Its owners. The Mohawk lease
to Hayes and Monnette started the Mo
hawk mine; scarcely a foot of work had
been done on the ground by the company
previously; the 1'Iorcnce leases have made
the Florence mine. Where would that
mine be today if It had not -been for the
leasers? Where did all the ore come from
In the earlier days, and who produced
it? Rend this list of lenses, nearlv everv
one of which has expired, and .eo'lf they '
don't embrace almost everv Important dls- I
covcry made In the camp of Goldfield: I
January Jones leases; Ridge and Cur
tis lease: Davis und Loftns. Mavno. two
leases on Sandstorm; Roll(y lease; Haves
and Monnette lease: Sheets-Ish lease; Ish
and Kulfus lease: Tructt lease, Frances
Mohawk lease; Curtis lease; 'Oddle lenso:
Davis, Loft us and Sweeney lease on Frac
tion; Mohawk Jumbo Irase; Hlgglnson
lease; Florence Annex lease; Little Flor
ence lease and Rogers lease.
These are the leasers who have made
Goldfield, and every oncof them took long ,
chances. But leasing terms were cnsler
iu the early days of the camp than IIkv '
are now and the chances better. When
these leases were operating times wer i
good In Goldfield and the camp full of
people: we want to see these times re
turn. We want to see two hundred shnfts
at. work. These so-called big companies
will be of little ral value to Goldfield and
her business Interest?. If they confine their I
work to one or two shafts each. Let out
the ground to leasers. Give them more
liberal terms. The leasers will take a '
chance If they have halt a show and thn
will do more toward making Goldfield
lively than -all the company operations
Superintendent Brown of the Lower
Mammoth Mining company was a visitor
to Salt Lake City Thursday.
Tho annual meeting of the Tintic com
pany will bo-held in Portland, Mo., on the
9th of the present month.
Midgley-Bodel Co., 33 E. 1st,. So.
for Stocks and BondifcS
executed in all markets! u!!
Private Wire Service :
New York, Boston anc C
San Francisco Stock Exjh';:jj
Liberal Advances on al
Listed Securities, j fifjj
Jas. L Pollock & Co;
6 W. SECOND SOUTH STvlNl
Both Telephones 575. afc;A,5
MINES AND ST0CKS
This is a good time to buy whllifciij
prices arc low, SC""
We advise the purchase of BINQ-"'
HAM STOCKS. Bingham Central
Standard is a good buy ut doublA.
present price, now 50c. BinghanjlUuiQ
Butte Consolidated at 20c. is one ddL
tho beat buys. 3lfli
W. E. HTJBBARD & CO., L
73 W. 2nd So. Si. iRa
Correspondence! solicited. 3 6
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsuli
f POSITIVE CUREffe
For Inflammation or SatRrf fti 'iu.,
of the Bladder and DlseasW Ur'
Kidneys. No cure no pin ,
Cures quickly aud FcTrti&r
ncntly tho worBt cascs, 'or
Gonorrhoea aud Gleot. Jfe"
matter of now long stiJ81 1
liiz. Absolutoly liarcin .
Sold by druggists.
?l.on. or by mall. postwH U
51 CO, S boxes 2.70. WFL Wj
T. J. Hill Drug Co.. Salt Lako .OmSi'!!
PROPOSALS FOR R1512P UqH r
ton. Office Chief Commissary , DomWjn
Colo.. March 2. 190S. Sealed propo . 7"
for furnishing and delivering fret?h .Mu-lertii
and mutton on block during year qBn'ta" f
menclntr July 1. 100S. will be rccw.
here and at ofllces of commist-arfiwKT" lit
following posts until 11 si. ut. stan0i ,
mountain time, April 6. 1008. and f ?th
opened: l"orts Logan. Colo., Dofilaj
DuChesno. Utah. Propoeals will I'SBSS
eelved and opened ut tho Fame thjnBi
fresh beef aud mutton to be 'iDtoi
nt thc5e posts at temperature not fjHIIH
p.r than fiO degrees Fahrenheit. .SWifflW
mat Ion furnlsheil on nppJlcatlon.
velopes containing prop'osals yliouW -SJknH
marked. "Proposals for frerh i'.JWiaWI
mutton," aud nddres.-cil to undepUHHjlHtK
or to commissary at post to be ,u(7BH8fl
Major O. AV. Rutlierc. Chief ComWh$m
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